Too many people are intimidated by the thought of cooking fish in a slow cooker. Due to the long cooking time, they think it will overcook and turn rubbery. But it can be done perfectly, as you'll see in the recipe that follows. Pieces of haddock (or whatever firm white fish you choose) are placed into the slow cooker before being joined with corn, potatoes and rich cream. It's a hearty and healthy meal that you can come home to.
The recipe does have a few extra steps, meaning it's not a classic set-it-and-forget-it type meal. But you can always crisp the bacon up the day before and take that 30 minutes after adding the cream to slip your shoes off and pour yourself a drink after a long day. After you make it just once and see how easy and delicious it is, you'll start putting slow cooker fish chowder on the menu more often.